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To Whom It May Concern,

On August 31, 2019, I received a letter dated 08/26/2019 claiming I committed a violation of an, "Automated Speed Enforcement" in the city of Sioux City, Iowa on July 5th, 2019. The extortion letter dated 08/26/2019 is the first contact I have received regarding this matter yet, includes a late fee. The additional $35.00 late fee is null as proper verifiable notification cannot possibly exist and violates my 8th amendment right to be free from excessive fines. Any liens placed on my property will also be excessive. I am writing to plead "not guilty" to these charges. Not only are the charges gratuitously nefarious, they are far outside of any regard to the Constitution of the United States. There is no evidence of my involvement with this alleged ‘crime’. I am not being granted my 6th amendment right to face my accusers (a camera); I see no way the government could prove my guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. I also find no legal requirement for me to implicate someone else in this process, as it is the government’s responsibility to prove a person’s guilt. It is my 5th amendment right to remain silent on the matter and/or be granted "due process of law" which, I have been denied.

If it were the Sioux Cities decision to move forward in this matter, I must demand copies of any evidence the prosecution may have of my involvement in the “offense”; as well as, all maintenance records for the camera(s) involved to include, all persons who have maintained said camera(s) in the six months prior to July 5, 2019 along with the training records and certifications of said maintenance personnel.

Sincerely,

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9th sentence down - 'taxpayers of Iowa will be greatly relieved to avoiding'. Add be, relieved to be avoiding.
 

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To Whom It May Concern,
I received a letter dated 08/26/2019 claiming I committed a violation of an, "Automated Speed Enforcement" in the city of Sioux City, Iowa on July 5th, 2019. The letter dated 08/26/2019 is the first letter I have received regarding this matter yet it includes a late fee. The late fee in it's self is unprovable since there is no evidence of my being served. I am writing to plead ‘not guilty" to these charges. Not only are the charges gratuitously nefarious, it is far outside of any regard to the Constitution of the United States. The taxpayers of Iowa will be greatly relieved to avoid any extradition charges that may be brought to bear without the dismissal of this case, and my request is that their hard earned money not be wasted in such proceedings. There is no evidence of my involvement with this alleged ‘crime’, and I am not granted my 6th amendment right to face my ‘accuser’ (a camera); I see no way the government could prove my guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. I also find no legal requirement for me to implicate someone else in this process, as it is the government’s responsibility to prove a person’s guilt. It is also my 5th amendment right to remain silent on the matter.
If it were the government’s decision to move forward in this matter, I would request copies of any evidence the prosecution may have of my involvement in the “offense”; as well as, all maintenance records for the camera(s) involved.
Sincerely,


United States Air Force Veteran
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The late fee in it's self is unprovable since there is no evidence of my being served
This is incorrect.

The late fee in it is self is unprovable...??

Might also include the law cite that says you must be served, not mailed?
 

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What is with all you hillbillies that think that the Constitution, or "laws" are to protect you? Thats simply not the case...

So ungrateful... the important people in our society...the rich, the connected, the politicians and the judges...are ALL in agreement that the current system with cameras, and late fees by US mail are the most efficient way to run the system...and yet you lokels always try to muddy up the waters...

Unreal!!

Havent you heard the expression - you have to go along to get along? Its related to the "you gotta pass the bill to see whats in the bill"...
Now you expect the people to have to put in work to give you the "evidence" you need? Dont you know these people are overworked already? And you want to add to their burden? That isnt very neighborly... just wait until we get a social credit score buddy - your gonna lose points...

And this whole notion that they have to give you evidence that the camera is actually calibrated? Now you want to drag engineers into this? Dont you understand how valuable the engineers are? How much they cost? They work they are doing on building the surveillance state is very important in order for us to keep the woman and children safe...and you want to drag them away from their important work - for this? Lunacy!!

For the love of palm trees on Epstein's island - let it go man... pay your fine and quit being a burden on the state... in fact - I suggest the neighborly thing to do in order to atone for your miscreant behavior in this matter is to include, in addition to your payment for the fine and late fee...is to include a tip for the person that has to process your payment. Unless you are one of those jerks that goes around demanding service from others and doesnt even have the courtesy of leaving a tip...

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Hey Errosion, please keep us updated on any responses to your letter you get from those who think they rule Sioux City.
It'll be interesting to follow how this plays out.
 

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Dear United States Veteran,

We are in receipt of your letter disputing the states claim of 'speeding'.

Please understand, we are here to protect and to serve. Our job is to maintain the safety of all persons traveling the roadways of the State of Iowa.

Clearly, you have endangered others with your attitude and your recklessness toward others.

To the matter at hand, courts have ruled that our camera systems are quite capable of performing the service we have requested, and are acting in our stead. Yes, you certainly may meet your accuser, and that would be in law the 'State of Iowa' or its representative. We will appoint one as necessary.

Failure to follow the laws of the State of Iowa is a serious offense. I would suggest that you pay the fine, or we will indeed send out a Arrest Warrant, as well as request extradition from your home state. By responding to our letter, you may clearly understand we indeed do have an idea of where you are, as you have also clearly admitted that you are this person, and you have been properly served.

While the State of Iowa appreciates your advice and counsel regarding funding, please understand this is not about the money to us. It is about the safety of our residents and the persons traveling our roadways. Which we do take very seriously, serious enough to bring whatever resources are necessary to prosecute our case.

Just to try to help and give you an idea of how serious this is, included herein is a list of possible penalties with my own comments regarding those:

-Failure to pay can result in permanent banishment from the roads within the Great State of Iowa. (this is quite a inconvenience for those traveling N to S or E to W)
-Failure to pay can result in penalties and interest being applied to any amounts outstanding. (this is quite fun as the amounts due go up and up until termination of the debt)
-Failure to pay can result in extradition to the Great State of Iowa, along with re-education classes, in which you will be taught the proper manner in which a Amerikan Citizen is to represent themselves. (all attempts will be made to rescue you from the internet lawyers who think they actually have this figured out)
-Failure to pay can result in the loss of the vehicle that was declared unsafe for the roadways of the Great State of Iowa. (one of my personal faves as we make a lot of dough with this one)

Now seriously, on a personal note, I am gorgeous, blonde, and stuck here in Iowa. You would be doing me a personal favor if you were to just pay the damn ticket, and if you ever come rolling thru here again, look me up.

That is the easiest of course, as then I won't get in trouble with my boss, He gets all mad, yells and screams, then I cry and it just ruins my day. We wouldn't want that would we?

So please, just pay your ticket
Rescue me,


Sincerely,
trapped in Iowa
Extradition Specialist
The Great State of Iowa
 

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Dear United States Veteran,

We are in receipt of your letter disputing the states claim of 'speeding'.

Please understand, we are here to protect and to serve. Our job is to maintain the safety of all persons traveling the roadways of the State of Iowa.

Clearly, you have endangered others with your attitude and your recklessness toward others.

To the matter at hand, courts have ruled that our camera systems are quite capable of performing the service we have requested, and are acting in our stead. Yes, you certainly may meet your accuser, and that would be in law the 'State of Iowa' or its representative. We will appoint one as necessary.

Failure to follow the laws of the State of Iowa is a serious offense. I would suggest that you pay the fine, or we will indeed send out a Arrest Warrant, as well as request extradition from your home state. By responding to our letter, you may clearly understand we indeed do have an idea of where you are, as you have also clearly admitted that you are this person, and you have been properly served.

While the State of Iowa appreciates your advice and counsel regarding funding, please understand this is not about the money to us. It is about the safety of our residents and the persons traveling our roadways. Which we do take very seriously, serious enough to bring whatever resources are necessary to prosecute our case.

Just to try to help and give you an idea of how serious this is, included herein is a list of possible penalties with my own comments regarding those:

-Failure to pay can result in permanent banishment from the roads within the Great State of Iowa. (this is quite a inconvenience for those traveling N to S or E to W)
-Failure to pay can result in penalties and interest being applied to any amounts outstanding. (this is quite fun as the amounts due go up and up until termination of the debt)
-Failure to pay can result in extradition to the Great State of Iowa, along with re-education classes, in which you will be taught the proper manner in which a Amerikan Citizen is to represent themselves. (all attempts will be made to rescue you from the internet lawyers who think they actually have this figured out)
-Failure to pay can result in the loss of the vehicle that was declared unsafe for the roadways of the Great State of Iowa. (one of my personal faves as we make a lot of dough with this one)

Now seriously, on a personal note, I am gorgeous, blonde, and stuck here in Iowa. You would be doing me a personal favor if you were to just pay the damn ticket, and if you ever come rolling thru here again, look me up.

That is the easiest of course, as then I won't get in trouble with my boss, He gets all mad, yells and screams, then I cry and it just ruins my day. We wouldn't want that would we?

So please, just pay your ticket
Rescue me,


Sincerely,
trapped in Iowa
Extradition Specialist
The Great State of Iowa
I applaud the effort...

The ending could use some fine tuning...
 

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no way to prove who was driving -- this goes for speeding, toll booth running, etc. all they have is a vehicle - no id of driver
 

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I tinkered with the OP.

There can no longer be any doubt Scorpio is a "bear"
 
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Anything I need to add or change before I send this?


To Whom It May Concern,

On August 31, 2019, I received a letter dated 08/26/2019 claiming I committed a violation of an, "Automated Speed Enforcement" in the city of Sioux City, Iowa on July 5th, 2019. The extortion letter dated 08/26/2019 is the first contact I have received regarding this matter yet, includes a late fee. The additional $35.00 late fee is null as proper verifiable notification cannot possibly exist and violates my 8th amendment right to be free from excessive fines. Any liens placed on my property will also be excessive. I am writing to plead "not guilty" to these charges. Not only are the charges gratuitously nefarious, they are far outside of any regard to the Constitution of the United States. There is no evidence of my involvement with this alleged ‘crime’. I am not being granted my 6th amendment right to face my accusers (a camera); I see no way the government could prove my guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. I also find no legal requirement for me to implicate someone else in this process, as it is the government’s responsibility to prove a person’s guilt. It is my 5th amendment right to remain silent on the matter and/or be granted "due process of law" which, I have been denied.

If it were the Sioux Cities decision to move forward in this matter, I must demand copies of any evidence the prosecution may have of my involvement in the “offense”; as well as, all maintenance records for the camera(s) involved to include, all persons who have maintained said camera(s) in the six months prior to July 5, 2019 along with the training records and certifications of said maintenance personnel.

Sincerely,

United States Air Force Veteran
Can't you just ignore these photo violations in Iowa? When I get them, I just pitch them in the trash.
 

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I got one for my son's van in Colorado (we both live in Nebraska). I had co-signed for it and never had the title changed. He was driving around Denver on a tollway and they figured they'd just send me the bill. Got a bill, then another with a late fee, then another, then another until the 7 dollar charged was around 80 bucks.
I ignored it and it went away. They have nothing but empty intimidation.
 

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I got one for my son's van in Colorado (we both live in Nebraska). I had co-signed for it and never had the title changed. He was driving around Denver on a tollway and they figured they'd just send me the bill. Got a bill, then another with a late fee, then another, then another until the 7 dollar charged was around 80 bucks.
I ignored it and it went away. They have nothing but empty intimidation.
Until they put a lien on your house or something valuable....
 

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I got one for my son's van in Colorado (we both live in Nebraska). I had co-signed for it and never had the title changed. He was driving around Denver on a tollway and they figured they'd just send me the bill. Got a bill, then another with a late fee, then another, then another until the 7 dollar charged was around 80 bucks.
I ignored it and it went away. They have nothing but empty intimidation.
It never goes away!
 

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They are like Savings Bonds - The longer you hold them the greater they mature.
Probably be fine as long as you or your son NEVER get stopped in Colorado. My WAG
 

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They are like Savings Bonds - The longer you hold them the greater they mature.
Probably be fine as long as you or your son NEVER get stopped in Colorado. My WAG
OK, now I actually did snicker out a thunked thought and neeeee'r shall it return BUT, but GOLDBRIX does bring up a point, so grab a beer cuz this is going to take a while; *tops pop all over the virtual world*

Awwh refeshing….So, some lowlife pos camera outfit has a contract with a city and this city is a subdivision of a STATE and this STATE has a controlling charter or contract over it called the USAof/forConstitution. Ohhh BIG words right? Correct because in them BIG words are these little words: "states shall not impair the obligation of contract."

So, we are all obligated to contract yet are not contracted to obligate.....sorry I got two beers down before you even did one, plus I am a slow typer who cannot spell. So, contracted to obligate would mean that you or him or they, them, those, and the others have contracted yourselves out to be obligated. Fine just be that way and I think its cool you have an impaired contract n you pocket called a Drivers License BUT that impaired contract does not have any stipulations that you will not stand against a non warrant arrest. It stipulates you will follow the laws of the land AND one of those pesky laws is "Arrest shall be by warrant based upon probable cause." K, working on a third now....third beer and third thought;(at least I think it is.)

That paper you received in the mail is called "an article of arrest." It shows you have been arrested by a camera...sorry I spit beer on that one. So, a contraption arrested you AND without a warrant based upon probable cause....shit I spit more beer,..opsie….This is tantamount of some idiot saying he bagged a royal elk with a picture on a aa *fusnickerck*...shit.I am not sure I can finish this as I am laughing so much. Anywhoooo's picture if you will; your good lying buddy who cannot do anything right let alone correct, showing you a picture off of some game camera and boasting he bagged a seven point elk while you have one hanging above his sqroney head; told ya I can't spell.

BUT, but that warrantless arrest is not even the good part, the good part is the "impairing the obligation of contract." You are, as, as I am, in no way obligated to contract with something just because the state does. A+B
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C

you might be sexually in congress with a or b but if c shows up it does not mean you shall subjugate urself to the whims of an exploitive disenchanted lover. FUCK C and fuck that lover.

and there in is where the charter is positioned at. Mars and earth can be having a swingabout and transferring spital but just let Jupiter jump in and jupe is the odd man out.....I know, I fucking know....just ruined your 'three men in a tub rhyme."

sorry gots beer to drink.
 

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no way to prove who was driving -- this goes for speeding, toll booth running, etc. all they have is a vehicle - no id of driver
Correct. With tolls/photo radar/red light cameras they charge the owner of the vehicle - - not the driver.

They’ll suspend your plates but not your license.
 

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A coupla yeas ago, I sent off to renew my car's license plate. I got a notice in the mail that I had an outstanding ticket for going through a red light (camera) in Tallahassee.

I sent them a prolix note vivid with billingsgate and rodomontade pointing out the fargin fact that while I was supposedly "driving through their red light in Tallahassee" I was also restricted to being in an electric wheelchair in Palm Beach, since my shoulder, scapula, neck, and left leg were broken at the time.

I finished the note with: "I am all recovered now, so send somebody down here 300 miles, and I will arm-wrestle them for the fine."

They sent me a note of apology, and told me to ignore the summons.
 

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Oh my gosh guys. You are going to get Nigerian prince emails from me very soon. I've spent quite a bit of time in Colorado and haven't had one swat team take shots at me. You really think they are putting a lien on my house over a 7 dollar fee?

Reminds me of the time I got a medical bill with a lot of threatening language. I was young and it frightened me. Went to the hospital and paid the bill. They pulled out a book that must have weighed 400 lbs and plopped it on the desk and looked up my account. I was literally one of thousands of people in their collection book.
 

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BTW, I used to do some collections for our family business. You have all the powder of a gnat. These entities use a lot of scary threats but 99 percent of it hollow. They can't place a lien on my house.
 

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Until they put a lien on your house or something valuable....
Nope never happen. Court cost are more than the ticket. There has never been a case where the Australian ticket company, Redflex Holdings put a non paid ticket into collections. Bet you didn't know those cameras are an australian company. Bet you didn't know 80% of the fine goes to the company not the police.
 

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Correct. With tolls/photo radar/red light cameras they charge the owner of the vehicle - - not the driver.

They’ll suspend your plates but not your license.
Please show some proof. Redlight and speed cameras are Illegal in Tennessee and many other states. They do not count as real tickets.
 

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I got one for my son's van in Colorado (we both live in Nebraska). I had co-signed for it and never had the title changed. He was driving around Denver on a tollway and they figured they'd just send me the bill
So why not just pass the bill to your son and tell him to pay it? You said he drove on their toll road, rigjt? If so, he should have paid the fee. Use the service, pay the fee for it. Pretty simple solution.


Please show some proof. Redlight and speed cameras are Illegal in Tennessee and many other states. They do not count as real tickets.
That's why those are civil, not criminal.
 

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So why not just pass the bill to your son and tell him to pay it? You said he drove on their toll road, rigjt? If so, he should have paid the fee. Use the service, pay the fee for it. Pretty simple solution.
Here is how it played out. I was presented with this bill via mail. At first I was puzzled as I was in Colorado at the time but did not use a toll road. Although, this particular company is known for being a bit deceptive when you enter the toll. I think they've had to put legit signage up since.

Thinking I had fell into this trap I scoured the bill and found the licence plate number did not match mine so I ignored it. After some more fees I called them up and explained to them I did not have that number. And in fact, the number did not match the convention used by the state of Nebraska. I explained this to someone over the phone and he said they don't use the real license plate number but another number, a code, in which the license plate number is embedded, if you are able to catch that.



Sounded like a lot of crapola so I told them I now understood but would not be paying the bill as it wasn't mine and the license plate number was not correct. The guy said ok and I hung up. He didn't say okay in the sense that it was going away but just acknowledging what I said. I think I may have recieved one more letter after that. Its been a couple years now.
 
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Goes out today via registered, final print. Personal identifiers removed for forum. Note the address for the payment center. Citizens of I O waaaaa should raise hell about these ridiculous abuses. I'll let you guys know how it turns out.




Sioux City sucks ass and so does the rest of Iowa

Program Payment Center

PO Box XXXXXX

Cleveland, OH 44101-6500



In Regards to SCxXXXXXXXX,

On August 31, 2019, I received a letter dated 08/26/2019 claiming I committed a violation of an, "Automated Speed Enforcement" in the city of Sioux City, Iowa on July 5th, 2019. The extortion letter dated 08/26/2019 is the first contact I have received regarding this matter yet, includes a late fee. The additional $35.00 late fee is null as proper verifiable notification cannot possibly exist and violates my 8th amendment right to be free from excessive fines. Any liens placed on my property will also be excessive. I am writing to plead "not guilty" to these charges. Not only are the charges gratuitously nefarious, they are far outside of any regard to the Constitution of the United States. There is no evidence of my involvement with the alleged crime. I am not being granted my 6th amendment right to face my accusers (a camera) or to even make a plea. I see no way the government could prove my guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. I also find no legal requirement for me to implicate someone else in this process, as it is the government’s responsibility to prove a person’s guilt. It is my 5th amendment right to remain silent on the matter and/or be granted "due process of law" which, I have been denied.


If it were the Sioux Cities decision to move forward in this matter, I must demand;

Copies of any evidence the prosecution may have of my involvement in the “offense"

All maintenance records for the camera(s) involved

All persons who have maintained said camera(s) in the six months prior to July 5, 2019

All training records and certifications of said maintenance personnel.

I also demand to know the ownership and or lease status of the camera and to whom any proceeds generated by said camera are sent.



Furthermore, I demand that all collection attempts and harassment end upon receipt of this letter.

Sincerely,





Without Prejudice UCC 1-207

United States War Veteran who understands what he was fighting for.
 

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Goes out today via registered, final print. Personal identifiers removed for forum. Note the address for the payment center. Citizens of I O waaaaa should raise hell about these ridiculous abuses. I'll let you guys know how it turns out.




Sioux City sucks ass and so does the rest of Iowa

Program Payment Center

PO Box XXXXXX

Cleveland, OH 44101-6500



In Regards to SCxXXXXXXXX,

On August 31, 2019, I received a letter dated 08/26/2019 claiming I committed a violation of an, "Automated Speed Enforcement" in the city of Sioux City, Iowa on July 5th, 2019. The extortion letter dated 08/26/2019 is the first contact I have received regarding this matter yet, includes a late fee. The additional $35.00 late fee is null as proper verifiable notification cannot possibly exist and violates my 8th amendment right to be free from excessive fines. Any liens placed on my property will also be excessive. I am writing to plead "not guilty" to these charges. Not only are the charges gratuitously nefarious, they are far outside of any regard to the Constitution of the United States. There is no evidence of my involvement with the alleged crime. I am not being granted my 6th amendment right to face my accusers (a camera) or to even make a plea. I see no way the government could prove my guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. I also find no legal requirement for me to implicate someone else in this process, as it is the government’s responsibility to prove a person’s guilt. It is my 5th amendment right to remain silent on the matter and/or be granted "due process of law" which, I have been denied.


If it were the Sioux Cities decision to move forward in this matter, I must demand;

Copies of any evidence the prosecution may have of my involvement in the “offense"

All maintenance records for the camera(s) involved

All persons who have maintained said camera(s) in the six months prior to July 5, 2019

All training records and certifications of said maintenance personnel.

I also demand to know the ownership and or lease status of the camera and to whom any proceeds generated by said camera are sent.



Furthermore, I demand that all collection attempts and harassment end upon receipt of this letter.

Sincerely,





Without Prejudice UCC 1-207

United States War Veteran who understands what he was fighting for.
Letters are fun but it's easier to just ignore the "ticket". BTW the address may be Ohio but the company is in Australia, Redflex Holdings and the biggest majority of the "fine" goes there.
 

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Court rules New Orleans must refund more than $25 million red light camera tickets
The tickets were issued between 2008 and 2010

Author: Mike Perlstein / Eyewitness Investigator
Published: 12:44 PM CDT September 6, 2019
Updated: 5:21 PM CDT September 6, 2019

NEW ORLEANS — The City of New Orleans may be on the hook to pay more than $25 million to motorists who received red light camera tickets between 2008 and 2010 after an appeal court ruled against the city.

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal this week upheld an earlier judgment against that city that tickets issued to more than 200,000 drivers are invalid because they were handled by the Department of Public Works instead of the police department.

Ad hoc Judge Robert Burns ruled against the city in 2017 as several similar lawsuits that were consolidated into a class action. The city quickly appealed, arguing that it was within its right to assign tickets to a City Hall agency rather than the NOPD.

But a three-judge panel of the Fourth Circuit – Chief Judge James McKay III, Judge Paula Jones and Judge Dale Atkins – issued a ruling Wednesday that city’s home rule charter states that “a traffic bureau within the NOPD shall be responsible for enforcing the street regulations of the city.”

$25 million judgment, plus interest, will now be added to a long list of unpaid judgments against the city. Because the city can’t be subject to forfeiture for non-payment, it has left millions of dollars in judgments unpaid for decades.

But most of the unpaid lawsuits are owed to individuals, not large classes of plaintiffs. In the red-light camera cases, Judge Burns ruled that the city “shall immediately refund” the fines and fees to plaintiffs.

Most of the individual fines that were improperly collected were $110 for running a red light.

The city is likely to appeal, spokesperson LaTonya Norton said. An appeal could be made in the form of a re-consideration request to the Fourth Circuit or directly to the state Supreme Court.
 

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NOLA , Reach in dem jeans and pull out that green. That green $salad of $salvation. Big bills are O.k. but Gold and silver would be preferred. No Checks they may bounce.
 

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From EOA:

"Stern letter follows."
 

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Do you have access to the internet?

If so, go to www.google.com and type in “traffic camera laws by state”


https://www.photoenforced.com/mobile-fines.html

Let me know if you need me to educate you further regarding which states suspend licences for unpaid tickets.
That's fine, they need to take your licence for non payment of traffic citations. Camera tickets are not traffic citations.
Until a duly authorised representative of the court has you sign a ticket it is not valid. A letter in the regular mail is not notice. If you do not receive notice via registered mail where you have to sign for it just ignore it.
 

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I don't know much about Iowa law, but I found this after a quick search.
Note the date though. Still applicable?
1/2/2007​
Iowa: Court Declares Photo Enforcement Illegal
A Scott County, Iowa District Court judge declared the photo enforcement system in Davenport illegal under state law.
https://www.thenewspaper.com/news/15/1529.asp
 

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Thanks for that Joe. The camera I question was placed on a blind corner with speed changes that were probably not up to Federal standards. in other words, it was a trap.